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Need health insurance?

Share ButtonMany life events may impact your health insurance, such as moving, getting married, having a baby, losing coverage from your parent’s insurance when you turn 26, losing a student health plan after graduating college and changing jobs!  Click on your state …
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Student Loan Repayment Rates Hold Ineffective Schools Accountable

Share ButtonSarah Sertic enrolled in a for-profit college, the Art Institute of Washington, enticed by their flashy advertisements promising jobs in “the industry.” She later learned that the job prospects proved non-existent. Two years and $18,000 in federal student loan debt …
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Need health insurance? / ¿Necesitas cobertura médica?

English | Español  Live in California? Click here! / ¿Vives en California? ¡Haz click aquí! If you are graduating from college and losing your student health plan, moving to a new home, getting married, having a baby or turning 26 years-old, you …
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#ItsOurInterest Student Loan Video Contest

If you could potentially save hundreds on your student loans, what would you use that savings for? Senator Warren introduced a bill that would allow student lenders to refinance their loans, lower their interest rates, and save on student loan …
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Guest Post: 3 Ways the ACA Will Change Your Health Care Coverage in 2014

By Emily Newhook The implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) means big changes in 2014, including the way many young Americans pay for doctor’s appointments and other health care expenses. Here are three facets of the law that take …
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It's GO Time!

By Perry Sacks It’s time to G.O.T.E. — Get Out the Enrollment! Around the office, we’re calling it Go Time. Because it’s true! This is the final push – the last day you can get covered this year before the …
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An Accounting Trick That Hurts Students

Share ButtonThis post originally appeared on I Am Not A Loan’s blog. By Jennifer C. Wang Some members of Congress are trying to change the rules on how the federal government budgets for student loans. They call the new system “Fair …
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The Economics of Preventive Care

Share ButtonBy Perry Sacks Today, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on a major case impacting young women’s health and economic security – access to birth control. Two companies, Hobby Lobby, an art supply store, and Conestoga Wood, a furniture manufacturer, …
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Happy Anniversary, Affordable Care Act!

Share ButtonClosing the Coverage Gap: The ACA’s Impact on Young African Americans By: Portia Boone In the four years that have passed since the enactment of the Affordable Care Act, I have often thought about what the reform means to me …
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How Data Drives College and Employment Decisions for Students

By Devon Graves Chair, California State Student Association (CSSA) A few weeks ago, as a student panelist on the Data-Driven Decision Making discussion for the Tapping Into Talent: Improving the Transition from School to Work  in Washington, DC, I was able …
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